A sporting festival will take over the Ricoh Arena next month to celebrate the return of Britain’s Olympic heroes.
The final week of Scam Awareness Month sees the focus for Coventry Trading Standards moving onto doorstep scams.
Broadgate will be playing host to an International Food and Drink Festival next week with stalls offering a variety of food and drink from around the world.
Cllr Jim O'Boyle is campaigning to have at least three fast trains remaining in Coventry, in a submitted response to the Department for Transport’s consultation for the InterCity West Coast Franchise.
Funding has been approved for the city’s War Memorial Park to install a new outdoor fitness trail.
An innovative new type of diesel train designed by a Warwickshire engineering company looks set to be trialled on the line between Coventry and Nuneaton later this year.
Following a tip off from a member of the public and intelligence gathered, Coventry Trading Standards seized a large number of pirated DVDs from a city shop last night (20 July).
Scam Awareness Month continues and this week, Coventry Trading Standards are focusing on mail scams.
With temperatures set to soar over the next few days and the Met Office predicting ‘heat wave conditions,’ people are being urged to look out for the vulnerable.
Coombe Country Park are offering all those aged six and up the chance to climb a 250 year old tree planted by Capability Brown.
Once named as one of the 100 most inspirational women in the Midlands, Reena Jaisiah has worked hard at tackling a large number of sensitive issues to bring them to the light and raise awareness.
A global Bollywood music star says he can’t wait to perform when he returns to the Midlands next month – with the launch of a new show format no audience has ever seen before.
A new scheme to get the city’s young people into employment, education and training has now launched.
Almost 2,000 people have already signed up to ride Coventry on traffic-free streets at Sky Ride Coventry.
The Woodland Trust has 4,750 free tree packs to give away to schools, community and youth groups.
Coventry city councillors have united in the Council Chamber in a vow to work with partners to fight racism and xenophobia in the city.
Councillor Abdul Khan, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member responsible for Events, expressed his support for Coventry Godiva Festival at today’s meeting of the Full Council.
The monthly Farmers Market is back in Broadgate this Friday 15 July with the usual fresh local produce and takeaway.
The Infection Prevention Society (IPS) Hand Hygiene Torch paid a visit to Coventry City Council’s Lord Mayor last week to help raise awareness of hand hygiene.
As part of scam awareness month, Coventry’s Trading Standards team are warning people of some online pitfalls that can lead to being scammed over the internet.
Coventry people are invited to have their say on the possible roles, responsibilities and powers of a new mayor for the West Midlands.
Do you know a young person that would be interested in taking on a new challenge?
The Pod has released a new documentary film called ‘The Allotmenteers’ as part of the award winning Food Union social activism project.
Coventry City Council has unveiled a series of proposals aimed at supporting services for the city’s most vulnerable residents against a backdrop of continuing massive government spending cuts.
Coventry City Council’s Public Health team is seeking the views of city residents on local Drug and Alcohol Recovery services.
Coventry City Council and other organisations across the city have condemned hate crimes.
Coventry track and field athletes and swimmers will be jetting off to the capital city of Taiwan - New Taipei for the 50th Annual International Children’s Games (ICG).
Once again record crowds flocked to the Coventry Godiva Festival with 148,000 visits recorded over the festival weekend.
We are supporting a national scam awareness campaign run jointly between local Trading Standards teams and Citizens Advice, to encourage people to report scams and speak out to stop scams spreading.